is one of many factors that determines where your web page appears in search result ranking, but if all other factors are equal, PageRank can have significant impact on your Google rankings. PageRank relies on the uniquely democratic nature of the web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page?s value. In essence, Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote, by page A, for page B.
The Google PageRank runs from 0, the worst, to 10 the best
0 - You are NOT listed on Google, or you have been kicked off. Not good.
1 - Very poor. The only good part about a one is you are listed.
2 - Poor. The good news, you can improve.
3 - Average. Most sites are about a 3.
4 - Above Average. You're starting to get warm.
5 - Good. With a 5 you may land on the first page of some search terms, give your self a hand.
6 - Great. You've done some good work. You'll be able to contend for some top positions.
7 - You're on fire! If you have a seven, you're a top site. Most small and medium size companies should dream of sevens.
*** I'll Tell you what 8, 9 and 10 are, just to be nice.
8 - You must be huge. Like ESPN.com
9 - Your bigger than ESPN, like CNN.com or Yahoo.com
10 - Reserved for the best, I've found 4 - Google.com (of course), Microsoft.com, Apple.com, and Adobe.com